Pacific Finishes Lamkin Classic With +8 Day

Photo Courtesy of Tongly Loth
Photo Courtesy of Tongly Loth

STOCKTON, Calif. - The Pacific Tigers finished in 14th place at the Lamkin San Diego Classic this week, finishing at +32 overall after going +8 today.  No. 29 Mississippi won the tournament, finishing ahead of the rest of the pack that included seven teams ranked in the top 50 in the nation.

James Feutz maintained his team lead after shooting +2 in two rounds yesterday, taking 28th place individually.  Feutz hit par square on the nose on the day.  The senior had two eagles in a three-hole span, the first eagles of the year for the Tigers.  Feutz finished the par-four hole 12 in just two strokes, then finished the par-five hole 14 in three.

Geoff Fry and Austin Fox both shot 73s today, putting them at +1 in the third round.  Fry finished ahead of Fox thanks to his first two rounds, with his score at +7 to Fox's +9.  Today, Fry had three birdies.  Fox picked up three as well but was hurt by three bogeys in the first four holes.

Tyler Burnes' day saw him shoot an 80 to finish at +10 in two rounds of play after being disqualified in round one.

Casey Scott a 78 today, finishing at +19 overall in the tournament.

Pacific will next be in action at the end of March, playing at The Goodwin in Palo Alto, California.  Day one of that three-day tournament will be March 30.

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